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A new International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report criticizing Iran's nuclear program was leaked via the Internet. Although slated to be made public in early June, US corporate media seized the opportunity to put a spin on the report's findings. The Real News Network's analyst Pepe Escobar provides his analysis of the day's headlines.
The Corporate Media, almost on cue or perhaps ON CUE, has immediately spun a leaked IAEA report on Iran and given it a negative twist, emphasizing statements out of context and lending support to the Bush/Cheney charges that Iran is hiding a nuclear weapons program. Ignored is the IAEA assessment that there is still NO concrete proof of an Iranian weapons program. Meanwhile, the White House will try to get more mileage out of yet more media compliance to its prejudices and agendas.